Join Alberta Soccer’s Grassroots Development Manager, John Clubb, at Mother Margaret Mary High School, as he discusses how Canada Soccer plans to support your players in
developing a lifelong passion for soccer and physical activity…and maybe even an opportunity to play in the Unified World Cup!
Friday, June 22 2018
6:30 – 8:30 PM
Open to all local and attending coaches
TRSA – Solstice Tournament Coach Clinic
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TRSA is proud to endorse Being Champion Minded soccer camp led by Sean Flemming. It is a one week camp in a positive, fun and dynamic environment which allows participants to improve their technical ability and tactical understanding of the game. Open to U7, U9, U11, U13 boys and girls. The camp takes place Aug 7-10 in our neighborhood at Brookview Hall.
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Brookview Camp PDF Download
MAY 26, 2018
9:00am – 3:15pm
Nellie Carlson School 4110 Mactaggart Dr NW
Alberta Soccer & Terwillegar Riverbend Soccer are hosting a Fundamentals Festival Workshop
16 Coaches are welcome to join us for a full day of learning, training and fun. Alberta Soccer will be supporting coaches and players in developing the preferred training model for soccer programs in your community. All coaches will receive NCCP training in the FUNdamentals Stage of LTPD.
How do Coaches Register for a Fundamentals Festival
Festival Poster Riverbend- Coaches
The time for indoor soccer fast approaches and everyone is in their back to school form. Just back from vacations time to work out the kinks and get ready for soccer.
Pre-season training is one of the best safe guards against injury that there is. Rather that just jumping into the season cold, preseason workouts are the first steps to an injury free season. There are all kinds of workouts one can do. Anything that gets you off the couch and into some action. Good luck this indoor season.
The City of Edmonton is moving ahead with plans to build housing on green space in the Bulyea Heights (Brookview) and Haddow neighbourhoods. The plan was first approved by City Council in November, 2006. A provincial Order in Council the same year allowed the City to proceed with the development plans without following their normal community consultation procedures. The First Place Implementation schedule posted on the City website shows that the Haddow site is scheduled for the Soil Tests and Resiting Review this year, with construction to follow in 2015. Bulyea Heights is scheduled for Soil Tests and Resiting Review in 2015, with construction taking place in 2017.